Kourtney Kardashian sure loves her swimwear! The pregnant reality star and mother of two shared an Instagram post on Monday, Aug. 4, gushing about "mommy daughter bikinis" which just happen to be for sale at her Dash pop-up shop in the Hamptons.
"Obsessing over these Acacia mommy daughter bikinis," she wrote alongside a pic of a counter topped with a floral-printed bikini and a children's two-piece in the same style. "And a little #KardashianGlow."
The eldest Kardashian daughter, 35, who's currently expecting her third child with boyfriend Scott Disick, has been a fan of the bikini this summer while shooting her Hamptons spin-off with younger sister Kourtney. In June, the pregnant reality star posted a pic of herself, wearing a tiny two-piece and jumping into a pool with pals.
Last month, she shared an adorable photo of her baby girl Penelope, 2, reclining on her bare baby bump as mommy lounged outdoors in a skimpy gold bikini.
While Kardashian appeared to be relaxed in those images, she seemed considerably more tense on Sunday, Aug. 3, when she posted an angry snap of herself. Making a ferocious face with her hands held up in frustration, Kourtney simply captioned the pic: "How I feel about people lately."
Possibly contributing to the stress? The Dash pop-up store in Southampton has become one of the central focal points of Kourt's upcoming reality series, Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons—along with their everyday family drama. The superstar sisters, who founded Dash back in 2006, have been expanding their store locations.
Neither Kourtney nor Khloe were present at the store's opening on Saturday, Aug. 2, but their close pal Jonathan Cheban was located at a nearby café, according to the New York Times. He told the paper of the Kardashian sisters: "I think the town should have paid them to be here. Without Diddy, without all the big events, the Hamptons have been quiet in recent years. You should see the kids come take pictures. It’s exciting for them."
In an interview with CNBC last month, Kourtney said that her family only takes on projects that they are "really passionate about."
"We always say we're a brand for our fans," Kourtney explained, "because through social media, we're so lucky to see what people are asking us for and what they're looking for."